FMS Delhi Summer Placement Report 2017-19: FMCG/D and BFSI sectors played big time in the summer placement process administered by The Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi (FMS) for the MBA batch of 2017-19. They made a whopping number of 48 and 47 offers out of total 210 offers respectively. According to the FMS Delhi Summer Placement report of 2017-19 batch, the average monthly stipend has increased by 10 percent as compared to previous year. The most preferred domains were Marketing followed by Finance. Automobile and Pharmaceutical were the two new sectors that were introduced in the summer placement process.
Accenture Strategy made six offers which were the highest in number pertaining to the field of Consulting/ General Management. E-Commerce companies like Amazon, Adobe, Lenskart, Cloudtail, Microsoft recruited in significant numbers.
FMS Delhi Summer Placement Report 2017-19: Key Highlights
Rs. 86,434 per month
Average stipend for female candidates
Rs. 96,026 per month
Rs. 1,50,000 per month
Stipend of top 39 per cent students of the batch
Rs. 1,00,000 per month
Number of students participating in placement process
Number of students placed
Number of participating companies
Number of first time participating companies
FMS Delhi Summer Placement Report 2017-19: Sector-wise
Out of 123 companies that had confirmed their participation, 79 made offers, across different domains.
Sector-wise offers – FMCG/D and BFSI top recruiting areas
Number of offers
Domain wise offers – Marketing and Finance top the chart
Number of offers
Sales & Marketing
As many as 87 offers were rolled out from Marketing domain and the companies which recruited the most were Asian Paints, Bajaj-Auto, ITC, Godrej, Coca-Cola, Dabur and Essel Group. Apart from FMCG, other sectors which recruited for Sales & Marketing roles were Pharmaceutical, Consumer Electronics, Retail, Telecom, E-Commerce, Industrial Goods and Automobile.
Together Consulting and General Management sector made 35 offers. Apart from Accenture, which was the highest recruiter, the other top companies in the Consulting sector were BCG, EY, Gartner, ThouCentric among others. For General Management, top participating companies were Airtel, JSW, RIL, RPG & TAS.
More than 50 offers were made by companies like American Express, Duff & Phelps, GE, Haitong Securities, IDG Ventures, Spark Capital, The Indus Way PE. Investment Banking and Private Equity accounted for 15 percent of all finance roles. Banking Institutions recruited for Corporate Finance/M&A roles.
E-Commerce companies recruited in large numbers from FMS. Firms such as Adobe, Amazon, Cloudtail, Lenskart, Mircrosoft, Wipro, TCS, Shopclues, HP etc. participated in the process.
This time FMS also invited the start-ups to encourage students who had an affinity for entrepreneurship and wanted to get the flavour of the entrepreneurship by interning in start-up companies.